The Boston Globe reports on how the bad economy is encouraging unhealthful eating habits. Children’s experts agree that in these tough economic times, consumption of cheap, calorie-packed food is likely to increase, along with sedentary habits. But you don’t have to choose between good nutrition and good finances. Read some tips on eating well on the cheap.
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